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Oklahoma Senate approves $92M special funding bill
National Board Certified teachers will receive their $5,000 annual stipend, and school districts will be fully reimbursed for insurance benefits for teachers and support staff under a bill approved in the Senate.
Thunder takes on Memphis tonight
It was the dunk heard ’round the world. During Oklahoma City’s 112-100 loss to the Clippers on Monday, Kendrick Perkins was posterized by former Sooner Blake Griffin during the third quarter.
- Obituary: Louis E. Epperly
LIST: Dept. of Public Safety calls for assistance in ID-ing missing
Andrea Spillars, Missouri Dept. of Public Safety spokesperson, has appealed to the public to assist in the process of accounting for the missing by reporting any information about those on the list to the state patrol’s found persons hot line at (417) 895-6868.
- OSU photos test
Lawmakers Busy with Committee Work
The past week was a busy one filled with committee activity, including work on a wide range of bills.
Fallin to propose cuts for all Okla. agencies
MIDWEST CITY, Okla. (AP) — Gov. Mary Fallin said Friday a proposed state budget she will present to legislators next week will include budget cuts for every state agency.
Fallin sworn in
Former Sen. Mary Fallin became Oklahoma’s first woman governor as she took the oath of office shortly after noon Monday. She braved the cold to maintain the tradition of taking the oath of office on the steps of the Capitol. Fallin ...
Law enforcement tries to match pace in meth battle
Methamphetamine lab busts climbed during the past two years as Oklahoma law enforcement officials continue to revise strategies to counter the drug trade.
Henry reflects on bipartisanship, challenges
This is the last in a series of articles reflecting on Gov. Brad Henry's tenure.
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